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Deglon Meeting Knife Set, Stainless Steel Knives and Block, Set of 4

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Stainless Steel
  • Set of 4 knives and block; contemporary and innovative design
  • Made of high quality stainless steel; set seemingly appears to be created from a single block of stainless steel
  • Set includes a 3-1/4-inch paring knife, 5-1/4-inch utility knife, 8-inch chef knife, 8-3/4-inch slicer and matching stainless steel block
  • Designed by Mia Schmallenbach
  • Made in France by Deglon
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Product Details

Style Name: Stainless Steel
  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 0.2 x 13.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002JTWRDS
  • Item model number: 59053
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,617 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Style Name: Stainless Steel

The Deglon Meeting Knife Set is practical, durable and a work of art. Designed by Mia Schmallenbach and produced by Deglon, it won first prize in the 5th European Cutlery Design Award. This lovely set is made of high quality stainless steel and seemingly appears to be created from a single block of stainless steel. Each knife nests within the set. To remove each knife, simply press down near the tip of the blade and life knife away by the handle. Set includes a 3-1/4-inch paring knife, 5-1/4-inch utility knife, 8-inch chef knife, 8-3/4-inch slicer and matching stainless steel block. Occasionally, use a steel to sharpen. Hand wash and dry, recommended. Made in France by Deglon. Deglon - handcrafter of quality cutlery since 1821. Limited lifetime warranty.

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Customer Reviews

His vegetables looked like they had been chopped by a toddler.
Mr Duck Johnson
I suppose he's right, with all the money he's helping me save, I guess I could have kicked in a twenty for the little scamp...definitely next year.
Brandon C. Strom
The pristine hollowed cut of this knife set allows me to hold it out the car window with no drag.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,473 of 1,585 people found the following review helpful By Red Hat on September 21, 2011
Style Name: Stainless Steel
I love this knife set, as I have medical condition where my handgrip size changes in relation to the Fibonacci series.
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917 of 1,015 people found the following review helpful By Ian on December 20, 2011
Style Name: Stainless Steel
With most chef's knives, I've always used the knuckles on my opposing hand to guide the blade, producing straight, even and safe cuts. But the hollow space in the Deglon chef's knife has been revelatory, allowing my knuckles, and occasionally my fingers, to merge and become one with the blade. Now rather than subjecting the knife to the narrow constraints of my rote technique, the blade is free to cut where it feels it should go. Instead of a boring uniform julienne, every piece of cut food is like a snowflake, unique in shape and size. Cooking used to be about the end product, but now I just spend hours slicing, dicing and mincing, sometimes all three at the same time.

The nesting design is also eminently practical and space efficient. I highly recommend it to anyone who cannot afford sufficient storage space in their kitchen because they spent $1,000 on 4 knives.
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575 of 659 people found the following review helpful By Michael J Wallis Jr on April 1, 2013
Style Name: Stainless Steel
"Yo dawg, I heard you like knives, so we put knives in your knives so you can cut while you cut."
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338 of 400 people found the following review helpful By Mr Duck Johnson on April 2, 2013
Style Name: Stainless Steel
Last year my son informed me that he would rather follow his dream of becoming a professional chef rather than follow in my footsteps to become an attorney. I was crushed, and at a total loss until I stumbled across this knife set on Amazon. I bought the set for his 17th birthday. Smashing garlic, following proper rote technique, keeping the blades sharp, holding the knife comfortably, etc. were all beyond his grasp thanks to the striking ineptitude of these knives. He was unable to cook like his television host idols. His vegetables looked like they had been chopped by a toddler.

During our second trip to the emergency room I was able to convince him to go into pre-law. I told him that if these knives are still in production when he graduates from law school then he will be able to make a killing by initiating a class action lawsuit against Deglon.

This set may have crushed my son's soul, but it has ensured his father's glorious legacy.

Harvard Law: my little Johnson is coming.
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260 of 308 people found the following review helpful By fafafanta on March 28, 2013
Style Name: Stainless Steel
I couldn't believe these four knives were only $750! It was such a deal that I bought two of these sets. After spending $1500 on eight knives I am going to just have to use these beauties to cut the plastic off my styrofoam ramen containers because I can not afford real food for a while.
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104 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Hutchison on February 17, 2014
Style Name: Stainless Steel
Seriously, guys, there's no way they intended for you to use these with the hollow part empty... for the reasons that you've discussed at length above. The proper way to use these is to keep the smaller blades inside the hollow part. Then you can guide the blade like you're used to, and everything will function perfectly as the designer intended. These are light-weight, elegant works of functional art, and I'm saddened that so many of you aren't aware of how to properly use them.

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I ws wrng... misig fnger.. dont do what i dd. Only use one at a tme. You wer right... hollow blades ar dngerous; uselss. Srry fr my cndescnding atitude.
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261 of 315 people found the following review helpful By Almost saved on March 30, 2013
Style Name: Stainless Steel
The pristine hollowed cut of this knife set allows me to hold it out the car window with no drag. It has a precise cut through oxygen, water vapor, nitrogen, argon, and carbon dioxide with no difficulty. When I previously used conventional un-hollowed knives, the knife would eventually fly out of my fingers before 60 mph. The precision of these knifes are above the ninja levels.
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283 of 352 people found the following review helpful By Nathan T. Peirce on November 11, 2012
Style Name: Stainless Steel
I don't understand all the exaggerated claims in the reviews for this product, but this is a fine quality meeting knife set, not like all the other meeting knives you've owned over the years. Seems like every time you open a bank account or get a store card these days, you get a free meeting knife set, doesn't it? But they're always low enough quality that you'd be embarrassed to have your client boning a fish or dicing carrots with them during an important meeting.

As for the exaggerated claims, maybe my set was defective. I don't know. Poor quality control? In any case, I could only access one alternate dimension which was very little different from my own. Although my office combat capabilities were substantially improved, I think quality control is really important for something like cutting holes in the fabric of reality.

So far the universe hasn't imploded as was warned about in the well-illustrated insert, but I think I'm going to send the set back anyway, you know, just to be on the safe side. My forte is really non-quantum capillaceous disentanglement, not time-space stuff, so I'm just not comfortable trying to fix this if I get stuck in a different dimension.

On the positive side, the knives each have names and they whisper pleasantly to you in the morning, serving as a fine alarm clock if you're not a heavy sleeper, and if you read the insert carefully, you'll see these knives also bless you with angelic razing, danger sense, heat vision, and mastery over pain if you're willing to deal with a little learning curve on the latter two. Honestly, it's not that difficult. You'll want to obtain the mastery over pain first, but don't worry about it if you forget, as danger sense will warn you if you choose otherwise.
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